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  • Veterinary emergency interventions: Ready to step in? Who knows what's ahead of you when a veterinary emergency is waiting for you? Dr. Garret Pachtinger is on call with tips to have in your back pocket and help you save the day. read more Published: May 4, 2018
  • Avoid this radiography communication mistake Let veterinary clients know that "we didn't find anything" can be a good report. read more Published: April 27, 2018
  • Security Camera Catches Dog Jumping Into Pool To Save His Friend (DOGS/CUTE ANIMAL VIDEOS) In this incredible surveillance video, watch as a hero dog named Remus from Mesa, Arizona, saves another dog named Smokey from drowning in a pool. Luckily, neither one of the dogs were hurt and Smokey's mom has since... [Get the ...  more Published: May 17, 2018
  • U.S. Supreme Court hears conflict over tax-free online sales Organized veterinary medicine supports change; verdict anticipated in June Published: May 2, 2018
  • Heartworm disease: What lies beneath Dr. Stephen Jones takes us on a pictorial journey of the gross effects of heartworm infections in veterinary patients. read more Published: April 19, 2018
  • Pain point: Don’t skip this pain management step in your veterinary practice Dr. Michael Petty discusses one of his key takeaways for attendees of his upcoming Fetch dvm360 pain management sessions. read more Published: April 26, 2018
  • Hawaii Becomes First To Ban Sunscreen That Kills Coral Reefs (ANIMAL NEWS/OCEANS) The state of Hawaii is on the cutting edge of environmental conservation after passing a bill banning the sale of over-the-counter sunscreens that contain chemicals known to have a destructive effect on coral reefs and other... [Get t...  more Published: May 16, 2018
  • British veterinary practices undergo rapid consolidation Trend similar to that in US Published: May 1, 2018
  • Does my patient have central or peripheral vestibular disease? The vestibular system is responsible for maintaining balance.1 It coordinates movement of the head, eyes, and body so that they work together to oppose gravity and maintain correct posture. The vestibular system is composed of a peripheral portion and a c...  more
  • Anti-declaw movement reawakens in California Lawmakers slated to hear testimony on imposing a statewide ban Published: April 24, 2018
  • Introducing The Vest That Protects Dogs From Coyotes & Other Predators (DOGS/ANIMAL VIDEOS) In many parts of the country, coyotes, hawks, and other predators pose a real danger to smaller dogs. Luckily products like the CoyoteVest can help protect dogs if they are attacked or bitten. Take a look! -- Global Animal [Get the fu...  more Published: May 19, 2018
  • Lung lobe torsion in juvenile dogs Seven juvenile (
  • Canine intracorneal stromal hemorrhage associated with ocular and systemic disease Hemorrhage into the cornea is an uncommon clinical finding in both human and veterinary medicine, with fewer than 100 cases reported in the physician-based literature and only one peer-reviewed veterinary medical journal article describing canine cases. T...  more
  • Serum sdma as a marker for masked chronic kidney disease in hyperthyroid cats Hyperthyroidism can complicate (mask) the diagnosis of concurrent chronic kidney disease (CKD), because it increases glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and decreases body muscle mass, both of which lower serum creatinine concentrations. As a result, many hy...  more
  • Help a veterinary colleague out—take good notes Leave TMI on that UTI; the paper trail leads to better patient care and client service. read more Published: April 13, 2018
  • 6 savvy tips for the surgical suite From autoclavable shoes to less-mess cautery, veterinary surgeon Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw shares a few of her favorite surgical solutions. read more Published: April 19, 2018
  • Is climate change affecting parasite prevalence? Are your veterinary patients at higher levels of risk than they were in decades past? read more Published: May 8, 2018
  • Detection of ige-reactive proteins in hydrolysed dog foods Adverse food reactions (AFRs) in dogs include food allergy, which has an immunological mechanism, and food intolerance, which does not. In dogs, AFRs mainly result in dermatological signs including pruritus, erythema and urticaria, and/or gastrointestinal...  more
  • Outcome of limb fracture repair in rabbits Bone fractures in rabbits can be serious; however, knowledge about the treatment of and prognosis for fractures in rabbits is extremely limited compared with that available for dogs and cats. To our knowledge, no published scientific reports have describe...  more
  • Lazy Dog Takes On The Treadmill (DOGS/FUNNY ANIMAL VIDEOS) Maggie the dog is only partially committed to her treadmill workout. Can't you tell? -- Global Animal [Get the full story by clicking the headline link to] Published: May 20, 2018
  • National Rescue Dog Day Is Here, So What Are You Waiting For? (RESCUE DOGS/PET ADOPTION) Today, May 20, is National Rescue Dog Day, a day to recognize and appreciate the countless benefits of adopting a four-legged friend in need of a forever home. Over 3 million abandoned and abused dogs enter animal shelters... [G...  more Published: May 20, 2018
  • Lack of effectiveness of tramadol for joint pain in dogs Osteoarthritis is a common condition that affects >20% of the adult dog population, or approximately 14 million adult dogs in the United States. Tramadol, a weak μ-opioid receptor agonist that facilitates the descending serotonergic system, is commonly us...  more
  • Dentistry, nutrition, orthopedics and behavior: What you missed in class Our article collections will get you up to speed on these sometimes glossed over topics in veterinary school. read more Published: May 7, 2018
  • Is Your Furry Friend in Pain? Joint Pain In Big Dogs (PETS/PET CARE) Caring for dogs--particularly larger dogs--can be challenging, especially given that 80 percent of older dogs silently suffer from pain caused by arthritis and other joint ailments like hip and elbow dysplasia. Just like people,... [Get th...  more Published: May 18, 2018
  • Husky Versus 5,400 Balls (DOGS/FUNNY ANIMAL VIDEOS) This is the greatest ball pit of all time, and it's this Siberian Husky's dream come true. You could say this pup has the best dog dad ever. -- Global Animal [Get the full story by clicking the headline link to] Published: May 18, 2018
  • Henry Schein, Vets First Choice to form new company Ongoing consolidations remake veterinary landscape Published: April 23, 2018
  • Trending: Veterinary imaging and telemedicine Unprecedented access to specialists is just one great use of this emerging service. read more Published: April 18, 2018
  • The Numbers Don’t Lie: Here’s What To Know On Endangered Species Day (ENDANGERED SPECIES/WILDLIFE CONSERVATION) Today, May 18, marks the 13th annual Endangered Species Day. Established in 2006 by Congress, Endangered Species Day celebrates the importance of endangered wildlife and educates the public on how to save... [Get...  more Published: May 18, 2018
  • Louisiana bill caused certifiable confusion Veterinarians opposed regulating word used to describe specialists Published: May 16, 2018
  • University of Wisconsin veterinary hospital aims to expand Program seeks $115 million for upgrade Published: May 7, 2018
  • Surgery followed by chop chemotherapy for cats with gastrointestinal lymphoma Lymphoma is the most commonly diagnosed hematopoietic tumor in cats with varying forms. The gastrointestinal (GI) tract is the most frequent primary site. Interestingly, the incidence of feline GI lymphoma (LSA) is increasing, whereas the incidence of fel...  more
  • Living with FeLV-infected cats: A guide for veterinarians and their clients With proper management by the owner and healthcare from the veterinary team, cats with this retrovirus can live longer, more comfortable lives. read more Published: May 11, 2018

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